14.226 Geomatics, Spring 2014
 
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University of Massachusetts Lowell                                          Civil & Environmental Engineering

 

What is geomatics?

Geomatics is the science and technology of gathering, analyzing, interpreting, distributing and using geographic information. Geomatics encompasses a broad range of disciplines that can be brought together to create a detailed picture of the physical world. These disciplines include:

  • surveying
  • mapping
  • remote sensing
  • geographic information systems (GIS)
  • global positioning system (GPS)

Geomatics has applications in all fields which depend on spatial data, including civil and environmental engineering studies, planning, geology and geophysics, land development and land ownership.  The focus of this course is on civil and environmental engineering applications including design and layout of different types of projects.

 

Instructor:

Dr. Chronis Stamatiadis

(978) 934-2283

 

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LAB:

Class:

 

Lectures:

M,F 12:00-12:50 (101)
M,F 13:00-13:50 (102)

 

Laboratories:

801: T 9:00-11:50

802: T 13:00-15:50
803: R 9:00-11:50
804: R 13:00-15:50

 

Office Hours:

M, F  9:30-11:00

 

University of Massachusetts Lowell                                          Civil & Environmental Engineering